World History: Communities and Connections

Course Length: Full year   |   Suggested Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

Our World History: Communities and Connections course is anchored by questions about how and why human societies rise and fall and learning how diverse cultures and societies around the world developed and interacted. Students will practice the skills that historians use to reconstruct and analyze the past, undertake in-depth research, make complex arguments, defend logical positions with detailed evidence, and explore the cause-and-effect connections brought about by the choices of individuals and groups. Course covers Neolithic Revolution in 10,000 BCE to the present day.